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Shareholder Proxy Form

Shareholder Proxy Form

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated May 15, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

This Shareholder Proxy Form can be used when a shareholder cannot attend a meeting and they wish to appoint a substitute representative by proxy.

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Document Overview

Provided a shareholder is allowed to appoint a proxy under the shareholder agreement this document can be used by a company member with voting rights. The member authorising another person to act on their behalf must execute this document. 

Use this Shareholder Proxy Form if:

  • You are unable to attend a meeting and wish to send a proxy
  • Your company constitution permits you to send a proxy

What does this Shareholder Proxy Form cover?

  • The company who is holding the meeting
  • The principal’s details (this is the individual sending a proxy)
  • The type of stake the principal has in the company
  • The proxy’s details
  • If the proxy will receive general or special voting powers
  • Who will be attending this meeting (E.g. creditors, members etc)
  • The date the meeting will be held

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